I always use minimal installs on Raspberry pi because they’re quick to download and you can test most of the functionality of the device very quickly, but the downside of minimal images it doesn’t have a GUI to use the nice graphical tools which are useful to quickly connect to a wifi network configuring your network device.
This where nmcli comes in handy to quickly do anything you can do with the GUI.example to connect to a Wifi device:
Last week I sold of my Flashforge Dreamer and decided to look for a replacement, I was planning to buy the Tevo Tarantula Kits, but after browsing around I stumbled across the new FLSUN large (FLSUN Cube)build volume print, compare to the Tevo it seem this one have a more rigid structure with almost like corexy setup, plus did I mention is big? and so I ordered one via Aliexpress App and to my luck is was on sales.
Here some specs of the printer:
I have to give some credit to the seller for the very prompt respond and shipping, Ordered on Thursday and on Tuesday I got the printer, that was some fast shipping from china to Malaysia
Some Unboxing, the box come with a little damages but upon inception I don’t see any broken part so it good, so full mark with the packaging here
Some picture of the contain, very well packed and organize
nut and bolts
massive build plate
MKS board heart of the printer
SN08-N proximity sensor
SDcard & Card reader
E3D v6 clone
small filament compare to standard
I started the build last night but only manage to finish the frame for now, more to come!
Recently I got myself a TBS clone quad frame kit from a friend so decided to try a 6s quad, I have a new Pixhawk from goodluckbuy at my disposal so might as well test it out
– Frame TBS style with RCtimer S800 Arm
– Rctimer 5010/14 360KV Multicopter Brushless Motor (5.0mm Shaft)
– 14×5.5 Carbon Props
– 45A multistar ESC opto
– Pixhawk with neo7h
– 2200mAh 6s, it 2200mAh 3s in series will try 3000 later
– Rangelink LRS with FRSky Taranis
– 3D Printed Gimbal for SJ4000
S800 arm from rctimer are suck, if you plan to use it make some mod on it, I removed the brass stub that hold the screw and take a 3.5mm drill bit make a hole from top to the bottom (will post picture later), and take a M3 40mm screw to fasten the arm
Initial flight was fine but had a crash when trying autotune for first time, most probably my mid throttle are to high (500), the Quad only need around 30% to hover at 8A!
Turn out the issues with the motor and esc combination motor getting out of sync so I ordered myself 5x these